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Definition of Home is where the horror is

Home is where the horror is


  • home is where the horror is

    This describes the fact that the majority of assaults, accidents and abuse happen at home.

    Compare to you always hurt the one you love.

    The detective shook his head at the crime scene and said "home is where the horror is!"

    Last edited on Mar 11 2017. Submitted by Dr. P.D. Fisher on Mar 11 2017.

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